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  • ♫ Turn on your speakers! CLICK TO ADVANCE SLIDES Copyright © 2007 Tommy's Window. All Rights Reserved
  • Humanism is the religion which deifies man and dethrones God. —Homer Duncan, ‘Secular Humanism’
  • Simply defined, humanism is man’s attempt to solve his problems independently of God. —Tim Lahaye, ‘The Battle For the Mind’
  • Humanism is the viewpoint that men have but one life to live and that human happiness is its own justification and needs no sanction or support from supernatural sources; that, in any case, the supernatural does not exist. —Corliss Lamont, ‘The Philosophy of Humanism’
  • Humanism is a preoccupation with man as the supreme value in the universe and the sole solver of the problems of the universe. —John Eidsmoe, ‘The Christian Legal Advisor’
  • Humanism is the placing of man at the center of all things and making him the measure of all things. It means man beginning from himself, with no knowledge except what he himself can discover and no standards outside himself. —Francis Schaeffer, ‘The Christian Manifesto’
  • …We have no desire to know your ways. Who is the Almighty, that we should serve him? What would we gain by praying to him? But their prosperity is not in their own hands, so I stand aloof from the counsel of the wicked. Yet how often is the lamp of the wicked snuffed out? How often does calamity come upon them, the fate God allots in his anger? How often are they like straw before the wind, like chaff swept away by a gale? Job 21:14-18
  • All my life I have been seeking to climb out of the pit of my besetting sins, and I cannot do it and I never will unless a hand is let down to draw me up. —SENECA (4? BC– 65 AD) All of the wisdom of this world is but a tiny raft upon which we must set sail when we leave this earth. If only there was a firmer foundation upon which to sail, perhaps some divine word. —SOCRATES (469–399 BC) I am about to take my last voyage, a great leap in the dark. —THOMAS HOBBES (1588–1679) –His last words. The meager satisfaction that man can extract from reality leaves him starving. —SIGMUND FREUD (1856–1939) Someone wrote on a wall in Austria: “God is dead.” --Nietzsche. And someone else added beneath it: “Nietzsche is dead.” --God.
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